Tuesday, 29 March 2016

Week 30 // High's, Lows, Woe's and yo's.

I know I know I'm bad at keeping track on what's going on the past few weeks and to be honest, I'm not feeling great. I'm moody, I'm tired and I'm constantly left feeling sick/ill. It sounds ridiculous but it's not like, a constant sick. It just comes and goes and that's what makes it feel worse. If anyone gets sea sickness then it's somewhat like that. Swaying and everything.

I always feel bad on women I've known previously who have had children and I've just shrugged them off with indifference. As if it's no big deal. It's true when they say you don't know until you go through it. I didn't think it would take this much out of me. I'm still wondering where that 'glow' is (I think mythological creature). Not one fab makeup day has happened, and my hair now resembles a pineapple/bun combination.

Baby G kicking at full swing and until this week I hadn't really experienced what my mother told me. She always said "just wait until you feel her kicking your ribs, you'll be wishing for them little kicks again". Well, she's truly well and made herself known. I still think the kicks downstairs are the worst though, ouch! TMI? Well, if you're reading this you're probably either pregnant yourself, curious or trying so what's the point in sugar coating things! 

I've started to get the lovely present of heartburn, despite never having it in my life. Apparently there are studies that link heartburn with hairy babies. I'm not going to get too excited just in case we have a wee baldy boo. Her kicks have become a lot more stronger and it looks like she's having a mexican wave party in my belly now. 

We've still got to decorate the nursery for her but we've started it, and got most of it cleared apart from a desk that will be taken down when the cot arrives for her. It's getting exciting, nerve wracking and a little stressful. There's just so much to be done and ready in time for when our little kicker arrives home and I've already started the spring fever cleaning and we're not due for another two months! 

Highs: Naps, saving my day time as I'm trying to catch up on broken sleep. 
Lows: Heartburn and the swinging sickness.
Woes: Tearful over nothing at all 
Yo's: Things are starting to come together and I feel a little bit brighter. 



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